Ronnie Ortiz-Magro 'Feels Pretty Horrible' About Physical Altercation With Jen Harley

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Oct. 7 2019, Updated 9:18 p.m. ET

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Just a day after Ronnie Ortiz-Magro was arrested following a fight with on-off girlfriend Jen Harley, he is trying to figure out his next move. The Jersey Shore star is feeling pretty remorseful over his actions and is trying to process what went down before his arrest.

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On October 5, a source revealed to Us Weekly how the reality star is handling his current situation.

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“He’s very somber. He’s trying to put himself in a place mentally where he’s going to be able to digest all of this. It’s a lot for him to take in,” the source said. “He feels pretty horrible, but he’s in an OK space. He’s just trying to process what just happened.”

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A day earlier, the 33-year-old was apprehended after he allegedly hit Jen, 31, and chased her around with a knife. He was later arrested for kidnaping and was tasered following the domestic violence incident. Ronnie was released from jail after posting $100,000 bail.

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The MTV personality's lawyer spoke out soon after the incident occurred. “The reporting of the alleged incident relating to Ronnie Magro yesterday is based upon pure speculation and innuendo,” his lawyer Scott E. Leemon said in a statement to Us Weekly. “We are currently conducting our own investigation and will have no further comment until that has been concluded.”

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Jenni “JWoww” Farley‘s ex-husband Roger Mathews also recently gave his take on the issue. He told the publication, "Two people can be good people but still be bad for each other and bring out the worst in each other. Learning to be alone and liking yourself plays a big part in how you treat others and how others treat you."

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Roger added, “You’re never gonna like the person in the mirror if you look to someone else to define you — especially if that person resents you...There are two sides to every story, but people are only going to remember what they want to. Don’t focus on that, just focus on becoming a better you. There will always be those who hate you but your children will always love you if you’re there for them.”

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